Awards honour ‘warriors’

Warrior Ambassador award winners with Nationals MPs Mia Davies (left) and Brendon Grylls (third from right at front).
Warrior Ambassador award winners with Nationals MPs Mia Davies (left) and Brendon Grylls (third from right at front).

The organisation announced the award winners at a ceremony on Tuesday.

The awards have been established by Wheatbelt Men’s Health (WMH) to acknowledge all contributors who have supported the organisation and the Regional Men’s Health Initiative (RMHI) generally.

The Warrior Ambassador Awards aim to acknowledge the wide range of contributors, develop and foster relations with individuals and organisations who contribute to WMH and the RMHI and establish a network of champions for the cause to further promote regional men’s health and wellbeing.

The Inaugural Warrior Ambassador inductees in the fundraising category are Aglime of Australia, Countryman newspaper, the Department of Agriculture and Food WA, Ross Ditchburn, Kondinin Group, Mates 500 Relay, |McCusker Charitable Foundation, Plum Grove, Royal Agricultural Society and WA Country Health Services.

Inductees in the personal story category are Heath Black, Peter Boyle, Bill Cameron, Zeb Gibson, Marty Grant, John Langoulant, John Sudholz, Harry and Claire Taylor, Ley Webster, Anthony Walker and Andrew Webster.

Graham Luke was the only inductee into the general open category.

Inductees in the pioneers open category are Jill Jarvis, Julian Krieg and Brian Webb

Wheatbelt Men’s Health Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation incorporated since 2002. It delivers the RMHI, which works across multiple levels of regional WA.